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Travel Subsidy Package is Great News for Noosa!

800,000 Half Price Flights to Popular Tourism Destinations including Noosa. Finally, some good news in the Tourism Sector with Scott Morrison’s innovative travel subsidy! The $1.2 billion package is designed to stimulate the sector by promoting travel within Australia to a handful of regional areas, the Sunshine Coast is lucky to be one of them. Destinations once relying heavily on international tourism have been decimated by the Covid 19 pandemic; however, they can now see a glimmer of hope on the horizon. It is still unknown when international travel will recommence, with some talk of October; but nothing is certain,

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Glass House Days with a couple of Adventurous Brits

In 2009 my youngest daughter Rebecca emigrated to Australia with her then boyfriend, and I guess it was inevitable that I should visit at some stage in the future. As a long term mountaineer and erstwhile rock climber, I remember wishing she’d found a New Zealand boyfriend! Australia is not renowned for its mountains. Nevertheless, a little bit of research prior to my first trip indicated that there were a number of decent hills and mountains within range of Brisbane where my daughter was now living. I was particularly taken with a group of small hills north of the city

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Surfing

Noosa has some of the best surfing points in Australia. It rivals any of its’ more well-known Gold coast point breaks minus the high-rise along its foreshore. Thanks to the foresight of the earlier councils, Noosa set aside 4,000 hectares to form Noosa National Park. Hectares of natural bushland and winding tracks following unspoilt headlands. Your morning greeted with long glassy conditions and surfers running to get amongst some of the best surf anywhere in the world. Surfing at Noosa starts at Sunshine Beach and continues right around the coastline of the national park and onto the North shore; a

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Lake Weyba

Natural beauty Lake Weyba is an incredible natural attraction and considered almost a well-kept secret of Noosa. A shallow saltwater lake fed by Weyba creek a tributary of the  Noosa River; acting as an essential fish-breeding ground. Lake Weyba is just a 15-minute drive from Noosa Heads or 5 minutes from Peregian Beach; with access points from the end of Eumarella Road or Lake Weyba Drive. Bird watching and wildlife spotting Spend some time by the lake and take the opportunity to reconnect with nature, make the most of bird watching. If lucky, the avid twitcher may spot a pair

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10 Amazing Luxury Stays in Noosa

If you like to treat yourself to the best of the best when you travel, Noosa won’t disappoint. This gorgeous destination is brimming with upscale resorts, hotels, bed and breakfasts, and holiday homes that simply ooze luxury. Indulge in private spas, roof terraces, and the best views in Noosa. Here are our top ten amazing luxury stays in Noosa. Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort Step into Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort to discover a contemporary blend of Parisian elegance and Noosa coastal luxury. The rooms are bright and spacious, featuring private balconies with breathtaking views of the ocean, river, or village. The

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Best Places to Watch the Sunset in Noosa

Those last few moments when the sun dances with the edge of the earth, brightening colours and painting the sky in pastel pinks and oranges. Here are a few places that we think should be top of the list as the best places to see the sunset in Noosa: Sunshine Beach If you want to spend your sunset in full happy hour mode, head to the Sunshine Beach Surf Club and watch the sun crest behind Noosa National Park. A bonus is watching surfers catch the last waves of the day, amongst friends and locals in the town’s bustling beer

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